Housing in Multiple Occupation (HMO)
What are the Conditions attached to the Licence?
Conditions are a list of instructions to the Landlord. You are to follow these instructions and if you don’t then you could face getting your Licence taken off you. It is an offence to fail to comply without reasonable excuse with any such conditions within the specified time limit(s) and may result in a fine up to £5000.
With some Licences, we may add some more conditions which are specific to your property. For example, there may be a problem where the Landlord hasn’t done some work on the property when he said he would. So, on the Licence, there may be a condition which states that the Landlord is to do that specific work and if he doesn’t then he can get his Licence taken off him and/or get a penalty fine.
Pages in "Housing in Multiple Occupation (HMO)"
- What is a HMO?
- HMO Licence fees
- Apply for a HMO Licence
- Does my HMO need a Licence?
- How do I get a HMO Licence?
- How long will it take?
- What happens if I am not a Fit and Proper Person?
- What about Non-Licensable HMOs?
- Temporary Exemption Notices (TEN)
- Can I apply to have my Licence varied?
- You are here What are the Conditions attached to the Licence?
- What happens if I don't Licence my HMO?
- What Standards do I need to Maintain in a HMO?
- Licensable HMO Room Sizes
- The Management Regulations
- What are Amenity Standards?
- What are the Duties of Tenants?
- Tenant Fees Act
- Fire safety in HMO’s
- Waste collection in HMO's